Asiana Airlines intends to add 34 new aircraft to its fleet over the next four years as it phases out many of its oldest models. In its latest fleet update, Asiana predicted it will introduce 19 Airbus A350s and 15 A321neos by 2023. The airline already operates eight A350-900s and has 12 -900s and nine -100s remaining on order, according to the Aviation Week fleet database. It has a total of 25 A321neos on order. In the short term, the carrier intends to boost its A350-900 fleet to 10 ...

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